Reenix is a combination of the best of both worlds: DOS and *x. Based on the GNU toolkit and FreeDOS, Reenix is a stepping-stone between the two OSes and a subset of *x which will run on an 8088.
An SDL multiplayer snake game like Dune. Written in C using SDL. The idea is to construct a robust and simple game engine to make it easy to add objects to the game.
A simple interpreter of a pseudo assembler language. A command line interface (dos and later *nix) and a win32 gui interface are available.
"Tegel" is an add-on for Allegro (alleg.sf.net) for drawing and handling layered tilemaps. The package contains an editor and a playback library in C. There is support for multiple layers, rotated and/or animated tilemaps.
Text mode terminal server and client library may be used to create specialised software with terminal architecture without using of platform specific services.
A 3d-RPG with action elements.
The Force is a fast 32bit Graphical User Interface and Window Manager for DOS compatible operating systems (including FreeDOS and Windows). It supports moveable overlapped transculencable skinnable rectangular windows, has it\'s own dynamic linking syst
It's a GUI intended to be highly customizable, portable and work in computers with small resources. Moreover it will have a multilingual mechanism, for the user and for the programmer.
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simple ansi c + curses remake of the famous nibblesgame. goal: a full networked version (tcp/ip) and a dos/win32/*nix client.
openUDS is a framework for demos. The components will be based on plugins in which everything can be overridden by the users of the library. Implementations of the core plugins will be provided for the ported platforms (crosscompiler and crossplatform)
thinlib is a simple media layer for djgpp providing access to a linear framebuffer, sound stream, and a keyboard / joystick / mouse event system.
A portable BASIC in the style of Microsoft 6502 BASIC (especially the Apple ][+ variant), with influence from GW-BASIC and Atari BASIC among others, with enhanced features, written in C for portability to computers large and small.